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William T. Hurtz
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At one point after Wittgenstein's tube is replaced and he is restored to perfect condition, he is seen from behind and a vent is missing, leaving wires exposed. This is how he looked before being revived, but not after. See more »
[as Radio is lowering him with his antenna]
I haven't dropped you yet, have I?
[his plug slips off and he falls]
There's always a first time.
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It is my favorite of the three Brave Little Toaster Movies and we finally get the whole story. This one puts the story line of all three movies in perspective. Wittginstein the old computer is a great character and we meet Ratso who introduces us to him. My three year old got if for Christmas and just loves it.
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